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Nov 26, 2023 2 40 26 0 4
Nov 19, 2023 5 44 17 0 4
Nov 12, 2023 1 15 15 0 1
Nov 5, 2023 0 0 0 0
Oct 29, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Woods couldn't find Fantasy relevancy in 2022, totaling just 527 receiving yards and two touchdowns on 53 receptions despite playing in all 17 games and finishing as a WR2 just twice. While his target volume could improve in Houston with the Texans likely to be more pass happy than the 2022 Titans, he has more competition for target share with John Metchie, Nico Collins and Tank Dell all in the mix. Woods should be left undrafted in all but the deepest PPR leagues, but could be worth scooping off your waiver wire if rookie QB C.J. Stroud leans on him early.

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2023 30 326 10.87 1 0.00 353.9
2022 53 527 9.94 2 0.00 563.3
2021 45 556 12.36 4 46 5.75 808.9
3y Avg. 63 673 10.68 4 67 6.09 886.3
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Three targets in loss

    Woods caught two of three targets for 40 yards in Sunday's 24-21 loss to the Jaguars in Week 12. Woods found himself on the edge of quarterback C.J. Stroud's target distribution. Nico Collins (nine targets) and Tank Dell (eight), each of whom scored a touchdown Sunday, further established themselves as the team leaders at wide receiver. Given the way Noah Brown (knee) performed -- 13 catches, 325 yards, one touchdown -- in the two games leading up his Week 10 injury, a strong case can be made that Woods is fourth on the depth chart when all receivers are healthy.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Week 12 Waiver Priority List

    Keep an eye on Noah Brown (knee) and if he's able to play in Week 12 against Jacksonville, but if he's out then Woods could be a deep-league option in PPR. In Week 11 against Arizona, Woods had five catches for 44 yards on eight targets, and he now has three games this season with at least five catches and six games with at least six targets. C.J. Stroud is on fire right now, so attaching yourself to one of his receivers makes sense in deeper leagues. Woods is worth 1 percent of your FAB.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Five-catch day in win

    Woods brought in five of eight targets for 44 yards in the Texans' 21-16 win over the Cardinals on Sunday. Woods enjoyed a solid day from a PPR perspective thanks in part to the absence of Noah Brown (knee), who had essentially displaced him from the No. 3 receiver role in the last two games. The veteran wideout still filled a complementary short-area role behind Nico Collins and Tank Dell on Sunday, however, and Woods will likely return to No. 4 slotting as soon as Brown is healthy enough to return.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Returns to full practice

    Woods (foot) practiced fully Thursday. Woods didn't practice Wednesday, but his ability to log a full session a day later would seem to confirm that his initial absence was maintenance-related. In his return from a two-game absence in the Texans' Week 10 win over the Bengals, Woods played 45 of 75 snaps on offense and caught one of his three targets for 15 yards. Now that he's further removed from the foot issue that sidelined him, Woods could see an uptick in production Sunday against the Cardinals, with quarterback C.J.Stroud having put up big passing numbers in two straight Houston wins.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Back at practice

    Woods (foot) was spotted at practice Thursday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Woods didn't practice Wednesday, but his return a day later hints at his absence being maintenance related. Thursday's injury report will reveal the wideout's participation level in the team's second practice ahead of Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Misses practice Wednesday

    Woods (foot) didn't practice Wednesday. Woods returned from a two-game absence in this past Sunday's 30-27 win over the Bengals, logging 45 of 75 snaps on offense and catching one of his three targets for 15 yards. With no reported setbacks in the contest, Woods may just be getting some extra maintenance for his foot ahead of this Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Three targets in return

    Woods caught one of three targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 30-27 win over Cincinnati. Woods returned to action after missing two games with a foot injury. Through the first five weeks of the season the veteran wideout was a prominent option for rookie QB C.J. Stroud, averaging eight targets per game, but Tank Dell (14 targets, 56 yards) has since emerged as a short threat and Noah Brown (eight, 172) as a deep-ball target. The pecking order at wide receiver could be adjusted further at Woods' expense in Week 11 against the Cardinals if Nico Collins (calf) is ready to play.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Active versus Bengals

    Woods (foot) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Woods hasn't played wince Week 6, but his return to the mix arrives at an opportune time, with fellow WR Nico Collins (calf) unavailable Sunday. In that context, barring any in-game setbacks or limitations, Woods should have an opportunity to see his share of looks from QB C.J. Stroud (who racked up 470 passing yards in the Texans' Week 9 win over the Buccaneers) alongside Tank Dell and Noah Brown. Prior to his injury, the 31-year-old caught 22 of his 43 targets for 227 yards and a TD in six contests.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Practices fully, listed as questionable

    Woods (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals after returning to a full practice Friday. Per Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston, Woods -- who last suited up in Week 6 -- is expected to be back in action this weekend, with practice having gone well. Assuming Woods is indeed available for Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff, he could be busy in his return to the lineup, with fellow WR Nico Collins (calf) ruled out versus Cincinnati.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Returns to limited practice

    Woods (foot) was limited in Thursday's practice. It's an upgrade for Woods after he was absent Wednesday. The veteran hasn't played since Week 6, but the limited practice Thursday puts him on the right track for a possible return this Sunday against the Bengals. Especially with Nico Collins now battling a calf injury, the Texans could need Woods even more.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Back on practice field

    Woods (foot) was spotted at practice Thursday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Woods, who last played Week 6, didn't practice Wednesday, but the wideout's return to the field a day later offers the potential that he could be back in action as soon as Sunday's game against the Bengals. The Texans' upcoming injury report will clarify Woods' official participation level Thursday.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Remains sidelined Wednesday

    Woods (foot) isn't practicing Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Woods hasn't played since Week 6 and didn't practice in any fashion last week, so the wideout's continued absence Wednesday clouds his availability for Sunday's contest against the Bengals. If Woods remains out for a third consecutive game, Nico Collins, Tank Dell and Noah Brown would continue to headline the Texans' receiving corps.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Officially out Week 9

    Woods (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. Woods has yet to practice since Houston's Week 6 game against the Saints, so his absence against the Buccaneers comes as no surprise. The veteran wide receiver's next chance to play will come in Week 10 against the Bengals. Houston's top three wide receivers against Tampa Bay will be Nico Collins, Tank Dell and Noah Brown.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Absent for another practice

    Woods (foot) isn't practicing Thursday, DJ Bien-Aime of ESPN.com reports. Woods hasn't practiced in any capacity following the Texans' Week 7 bye and appears on track to miss a second straight game Sunday against the Buccaneers. Look for Houston to officially rule Woods out for the Week 9 contest when the team releases its final injury report Friday. Woods' expected absence this weekend should pave the way for Tank Dell and Noah Brown to see steady playing time alongside No. 1 wideout Nico Collins in three-receiver sets.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Unlikely to play vs. Tampa Bay

    Woods (foot) didn't practice Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported over the weekend that Woods was expected to miss 2-to-3 weeks with the foot injury he carried into the Texans' Week 7 bye, and that recovery timeline still appears to be an accurate one. After sitting out the Texans' Week 8 win over the Panthers, Woods once again appears likely to be inactive for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, though the Texans haven't officially ruled the veteran receiver out for the Week 9 contest just yet. Official confirmation of Woods' status should come with the release of the team's final Week 9 injury report Friday, but it would be surprising if he managed to practice in any capacity before then. If Woods remains sidelined, Nico Collins, Tank Dell and Noah Brown should continue to play significant roles in a Houston offense that predominantly utilizes three-receiver sets.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Expected to miss 2-to-3 weeks

    Woods (foot), who is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Panthers, is expected to miss 2-to-3 weeks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Woods is already ruled out for Week 8, and based on Schefter's report, he appears set to miss next Sunday's game against the Buccaneers as well, at a minimum. As long as Woods remains sidelined, expect Tank Dell and Noah Brown to handle regular top-three roles at receiver alongside top wideout Nico Collins.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Ruled out this week

    Woods (foot) won't play Sunday against the Panthers. Woods didn't practice all week, and with the veteran wideout already ruled out for Sunday, he'll target a potential return to action Week 9 against the Buccaneers. In Woods' absence, Tank Dell and Noah Brown should both have clear paths to top-three roles within the Houston receiving corps along with No. 1 wideout Nico Collins.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Misses another practice

    Woods (foot) remained sidelined at practice Thursday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. With Woods having missed two straight practices, Wilson indicates that, barring an unexpected change, the wideout is trending toward missing Sunday's game against the Panthers. If Woods is unavailable this weekend, Noah Brown, Nico Collins and Tank Dell would be in line to lead the Texans' receiver corps.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Nursing foot injury after bye week

    Woods didn't practice Wednesday due to a foot injury. Coming off a Week 7 bye, Woods' absence from Wednesday's practice makes his status for Sunday's game against the Panthers worth tracking. If the veteran wideout ends up sitting out this weekend, Tank Dell -- who cleared the concussion protocol and is ready to return from a one-game absence -- would be in line to step right back into a key role in Houston's Week 8 passing attack alongside Nico Collins and Noah Brown.
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  • Texans' Robert Woods: Gets veteran day Monday

    Woods did not suit up for Monday's practice in what was likely a veteran day, Jonathan M. Alexander of the Houston Chronicle reports. Woods is nursing a nagging rib injury, so he was given a rest day Monday. If he's sitting out practices later in the week, then it will be time for concern. His first season in Houston has gone well; Woods leads the team with 43 targets and scored his first touchdown as a Texan in the Week 6 win over the Saints.
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